Tips For Downloading eBooks

By Kevin R. Williams, B.Sc.

Some PDF downloads require you to create a free account at the PDF source website, such as, Academic.edu, ResearchGate.net and NewDualism.org.

For ease in downloading, I recommend creating a free account at these three websites before you begin downloading any ebooks.

To download free Amazon Kindle Unlimited ebooks, see the link: How To Download Free Books In eBook Format from Amazon

To have the PDF ebook open in your Internet browser to view before downloading, you may need to install a free PDF plugin for your Internet browser. Below are some links to obtain such plugins:

— For a Firefox PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For an Internet Explorer PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For a Google Chrome PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For an Opera PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For a Safari PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For a Microsoft Edge PDF Plugin: See these Google search results
— For a Torch PDF Plugin: See these Google search results

With the correct software, Internet browsers are also able to download multiple files (even hundreds) all at once. Below are the software I recommend:

— For Windows PCs, the best software I recommend is a program called “Mass Downloader” which is compatible with Internet Explorer, Opera, Firefox, Mozilla, and Netscape.
This software is free for a 30-day trial period and under $20 to purchase.
— For Macs, the best software I recommend is a program called “iGetter” which is free.

What can you do with 1,300+ NDE and afterlife ebooks?

— Store all the ebooks in a single folder and perform keyword searches. This is a good way to find content for writing a scholarly paper or book.